Sparkling cobalt blue tile was set on the diagonal to contrast with the horizontal lines of the base tile and chair rail. Above it, a two-tone blue stripe wallpaper adds an elegant touch. White trim, flooring, and fixtures keep this space looking crisp and clean.
Hot pink is a bold color choice, but it's a pretty look for kids, teens, or anyone with a romantic streak.
Trendy orange sets a citrusy tone in this bathroom perfect for a tween or teen. An updated claw-foot tub is surrounded by a shower curtain with faux flower petals hot-glued to it. The flower petals show up in force on the sconce shades and chair
Our first bath sets an exuberant tone with multicolored tile. Perfect for a kids' bath, the colors offer lots of options for wall and towel color as well
The tile in this room is the main color in the space. Less expensive square field tile in kiwi green was paired with pricier oval tiles in brown, used only around the bathtub
What could have been a boring white bathroom is punched up with a shot of springtime periwinkle on the walls. The shower curtain fabric was the blueprint for this color scheme -- containing the green, blue, yellow, and violet seen throughout the room.
One bright color may be all you need to spark up your space. These yellow-and-white stripes add instant style in an eye-opening hue. Touches of purple in the wall stencils and accessories offer a respite from the yellow
The bathroom may not be the first place you think to hang art, but look at how one piece of graphic art inspired the wooden wall paneling and mulberry paint color in this bathroom.
Wide stripes lend a crisp feel to this simple bathroom. Get the look by painting your bathroom wall white, then taping off evenly sized stripes. Paint the stripes the same color, or use two
coordinating colors like the ones shown here